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post #521 of 786
ok y'all, im still having a tough time figuring out which voltage reading is the actual "cache voltage" ??? Here is a pic of HWMonitor with all voltages showing. I'd appreciate any input!

post #522 of 786
LLC/Ring... and it looks dangerously high, do you have it on auto voltage? I did the same to me with the 1.20 BIOS.
post #523 of 786
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LLC/Ring... and it looks dangerously high, do you have it on auto voltage? I did the same to me with the 1.20 BIOS.

I dont think i trust any of those voltage readings tho, it shows my CPU @ .890v when my cpu is set to 1.280v... I think VIN13 is the cache voltage... I dont think "LLC/RING" is reading the correct voltage IMO
post #524 of 786
Well, why would you ask than? VIN13 is DRAM as far as I tested...




You can download F-Stream Tuning from ASRock, change the the voltage and look if any sensors change, For me it is only the LLC/Ring.
post #525 of 786
thank you sir... appreciate your feedback
post #526 of 786
Just to confirm, the ASRock X99 WE-E/10G allows this setup: 3 way SLI, 2x Intel 750 and a Samsung 950 Pro, all PCI gen3 ?
post #527 of 786
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Originally Posted by Associated View Post

LLC/Ring... and it looks dangerously high, do you have it on auto voltage? I did the same to me with the 1.20 BIOS.

my board did the same thing with my cache voltage(1.4volt) i have to manually force it to stay at 1.15volt(override voltage)
Edited by Bloodymight - 2/27/16 at 9:10pm
post #528 of 786
Yeah pretty bad... I have written to ASRock about it, and if you guys have 3min of time should too... They responded to my initial post but, when they asked me for more details, there is no replay for 6 days now... pretty disappointing.
post #529 of 786
Yeah I'm not even sure if I should replace my board since I have a pretty good OC on my cpu here and I dont know how much of a difference another board would make.

but my main issue is that this board doesnt seem to have a baseclock strap, or it simply doesnt seem to work here. I cant OC my Ram past 3.2GHz thanks to it.
post #530 of 786
Lets try this again:

I'm looking for a motherboard that can handle 3 way SLI, an Intel 750 PCI ssd and a Samsung 950 Pro m.2, without running out of gen3 PCI lanes.
With dual Ethernet ports or can handle a network card as well as everything else.

So which ASRock boards qualify?

I know the Extreme11 and WS-E/10G does, but they got a noisy fan on the chipset and some features I might not never find a use for.
Which is why I'm double checking my other options.
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